Honda Shine Self Drum Alloy
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Specifications of Honda Shine Self Drum Alloy
General FeaturesModel namehonda shineBike typeBikeColors availableForce Silver Metallic, Black, Geny Grey Metallic, Rebel Red Mettalic, Monsoon Grey MetallicStartingKick Start / Electric StartFrameAdvanced Design Diamond FrameTyre sizeFront :-Tubeless Tyre 80/100-18 47P, Rear :-Tubeless Tyre 80/100-18 54P
EngineEngine typeAir Cooled, 4Stroke, SI EngineBore52.4 mmDisplacement124.7 ccIgnitionDigital CDI (Multi Mapping)Maximum Power10.12 bhp @ 7500 rpmMaximum Torque10.54 Nm @ 5500 rpmStroke57.8 mm
Drive TrainClutchManual Clutch Wet Multiplate Type Gear BoxGear box4 Speed Gears
Fuel EfficiencyFuel Capacity10.5 LtrsFuel Reserve1.5 LtrsFuel TypePetrol
SafetyRear SuspensionFront Telescopic Fork, Rear 3 step spring loaded hydraulic shock absorberRear BrakeFront Drum 130mm dia, Rear Drum 130mm dia
WheelsClearance175 mmWheel base1266 mmWheel type18 Inches
DimensionLength2014 mmSaddle height790 mmWidth762 mm
WeightCurb weight120 kgs
Over all Review of Honda Shine Self Drum Alloy
Indians have a fair idea of their needs in the vehicles they intend to buy and conversely, the vehicle manufacturers too have a good grip on the requirements of the people. This makes the manufacturers produce vehicles that are sporty, fuel-efficient and reliable. Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India is one of the renowned makers of two wheelers that has shown a nice growth in the Indian market after the separation from its former partner. This manufacturer works with full determination and passion to achieve its aim of becoming the numero uno among the two-wheeler manufacturers of the country. The company, a part of the world famous Honda Motors, has introduced small versions of its sports bikes from the CBR series. There are few commuter segment bikes made by this company such as Honda CB Trigger, Honda Dream Neo, Honda CB Twister, Honda Stunner CBF, Honda Unicorn, Honda Dream Yuga and Honda CB Dazzler. And now, Honda Shine, too, has joined the list of bikes in the commuter segment. The bike has three variants in the market to cater to the diverse categories of people, they are Honda Shine Kick Drum Spoke, Honda Shine Self Disc Alloy and Honda Shine Self Drum Alloy. Its second variant, Shine Self Drum Alloy has not been equipped with the front disc brake, otherwise, all the features of this variant are similar to the top variant. The power of this bike comes from a 124.7cc, air-cooled, OHC, 4 stroke SI engine and is quite fuel-efficient with convincing performance. The design given to the bike is suitable, as it is a commuter 125cc segment bike at a reasonable price, moreover, the machine has a great built and is very comfortable and smooth.
Mileage and Fuel Economy
Honda Shine Self Drum Alloy is loaded with a fine 124.7cc, SI engine that makes it closer to being fuel-efficient. The bike can easily deliver a mileage of 65kmpl, which seems to be highly competitive and will work as a plus point in the growth trajectory of the company. The bike has a fuel tank capacity of 10.5litres.
The two-wheeler comes in a few vibrant colors with black as the theme. The colors of this motorcycle are Force Silver Metallic, Black, Geny Grey Metallic, Rebel Red Metallic and Monsoon Grey Metallic. The muffler it carries has a chrome plating over it and its engine also comes in chrome. The grab rail shares the color of the body.
Acceleration and Pick up
Honda Shine Self Drum Alloy has been powered with a decent Optimax engine that increases its pick up and mileage. The mill can cause the utmost power product of 10.12BHP at an acceleration of 7500RPM and the utmost torque product of 10.54Nm at an acceleration of 5500RPM. The bike can rev-up very fast and can turn 0 to 60 in just 5.30 seconds; it comes with a maximum speed of 100kmpl.
The appearance of Honda Shine Self Drum Alloy is not very fabricated or complicated but, simple and sober with an elegant structure. The headlights and its cowl are integrated with clear lens indicators. The uplifted handlebars and the Ergo-tech design of the bike along with the all-new rear view mirrors makes the rider sit comfortably. The tank of the machine is crafted with new graphics and a 3D emblem of the company, also, the body colored grab rails integrated with the seat is difficult to be found in this segment. The tail light of the machine taken from the Unicorn suits it perfectly. The 6-spoke alloy wheels, the engine and the muffler look amazing in the all black theme. The name of the bike is mentioned in trendy fonts under the grab rails; also, Honda is encrypted in red color on the engine. The front fender of the bike is smart and comes in body color. The instrumentation of this bike is analogue and consists of speedometer, odometer and fuel gauge which is almost outdated. The gearshift lever is a sea saw type. The overall appearance of the bike is very decent and soothing.
The most comforting thing about the bike is that its Self Drum Alloy delivers a good mileage of 65kmpl. The company has put its emphasis on the seat of the rider and has incorporated Ergo-Tec design with this bike. The handlebars are linked to the Spring Loaded Hydraulic type suspension which takes in all the on coming bumps while reducing the vibrations and giving more stability to the rider . The viscous air filter given to the engine, enhances its performance and the maintenance free battery makes the bike maintenance free.
The dimensions of the machine are solid as its structure is built on an advanced designed diamond frame. The measurements of its overall length, width and height are 2014mm, 7620mm and 1071mm, respectively. The kerb weight of the motorbike is handy at just 120kg and shows a ground clearance of 157mm and a wheelbase of 1266mm.
Honda Shine Self Drum Alloy is incorporated with the mighty air cooled, OHC, 4-stroke SI engine with a displacement of 124.7cc. The engine is mated with a 4-speed manual gearbox performing an all gear up shift pattern and is granted with the viscous air filter. The carburetor performs the fuel system of the engine and the lubrication is done with the forced pressure and wet pump.
The wheels running this bike are 5-spoke alloy wheels allotted to an 80/100-18 47P tubeless tyre equipped at the front, and an 80/100-18 54P tubeless tyre at the rear. These wheels are fitted with 130mm drum brakes at both ends.
The suspensions of this bike are incorporated with the Ergo-Tec design that make the journey very comfortable and relaxing. The suspensions installed in the motorcycle are Telescopic Fork at the front and 3 Step Spring Loaded Hydraulic Shock Absorber at the rear.
Handling and Control
The bike is crafted on an advanced design diamond frame which is controllable and easy to handle. The suspensions along with Ergo-Tec design make the handling and control of the bike stronger. The lightweight and advanced body structure of it makes the rider control this bike with ease and heavy traffic is not at all a matter of concern with this machine. The brakes of the machine works fine and gives a good control over it.
Great quality, superb mileage, comfortable, affordable.
Lack of front disc brake.
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2 May 2012: The company introduced the first Honda Shine bike in the year 2006; since then, the bike won numerous appreciations, which worked as an inspiration for the company to upgrade it further. The latest version of this bike has come into the market today. The new model is much advanced with better mileage delivery, with some of the highlighting features as below:
· Optimax engine for Optimum fuel input to Maximize pickup & mileage output
· Strong and flexible frame specially designed for the Indian roads
· Striking Ergo-Tec design giving a proper sitting position to the rider
· Tubeless tyres with strong six spoke alloy wheels
· Fuel efficiency of 65kmpl
After the split of Hero and Honda, both the two-wheeler manufacturers have been an active part of the industry. Producing glamorous bikes on a regular basis, both Hero MotoCorp and Honda have been attracting buyers thus far. Honda Shine Drum Alloy is another feather in the cap. Fitted with the latest ‘Optimax’ engine, it boasts various unseen features. It is equipped with a 124.7 cc 4-stroke air-cooled Optimax engine. It generates a maximum power of 10.12 bhp at 7500 rpm and a maximum torque of 10.54 Nm at 5500 rpm. The engine is a delight with its smooth and responsive nature. The 4-speed gearbox indicates lack of sporty character. The bike is not too appealing in its looks. It does look like a smaller version of Honda Unicorn with fewer features. The sitting posture is pretty decent and the ergonomics of the bike makes it suitable for longer rides. The all-analog instrument panel is too good to flaunt. The analog speedometer and fuel gauge looks too basic and old fashioned. The graphics on the fuel tank are similar to those in Unicorn and the headlamp design is pretty subtle with excellent brightness. The taillight is looks good and the side indicators looks like a typical Honda one. The overall dimensions of Honda Shine Drum Alloy are 2014mm X 762mm X 1071mm and weighs just 120 kilograms. It offers a ground clearance of 157mm and a wheelbase of 1266mm. The dimensions of the bike are perfectly suitable for the Indian roads. The fuel tank capacity of 10.5 liters is pretty good considering the excellent mileage offered by the bike. It reaches 60kmph in just over 5 seconds and is extremely stable up to 80kmph. However, there are a few vibrations over 80 kilometers per hour mark. Handling of the bike is a bit of concern. It offers spring loaded hydraulic type front and rear suspension that does not perform too well on rough surfaces. The tubeless front and rear tires do a fine job even on wet surfaces. The front tire is fitted with a 240mm disc brake while the rear tire is fitted with a 130mm drum brake. The absence of rear disc brake might prove to be one of the setbacks for the bike. Overall, Honda Shine Drum Alloy is a decent bike with no extravagant features to flaunt and its engine is its USP.